13 Reasons Why: Season 4 TV review - Aussieboyreviews
IS 13 REASONS WHY: SEASON 4 AN EMOTIONAL FINALE?
It’s emotional, satisfying, a lot happens, but it’s often unwatchable. Thankfully, they don’t stretch it to 13 episodes, but there’s no more reasons why, so why keep going?
The senior class of Liberty High is ready to graduate, but before they say goodbye, they must cover up dangerous secrets.
Creator: Brian Yorkey
Cast: Dylan Minnette, Brandon Flynn, Alisha Boe, Grace Saif, Christian Navarro, Miles Heizer, Ross Butler, Devin Druid, Steven Weber
Release Date (Australia): 5 June 2020
Episodes: Winter Break / College Tour / Valentine’s Day / Senior Camping Trip / House Party / Thursday / College Interview / Acceptance/Rejection / Prom / Graduation
Genre: Drama, Mystery
CONTENT GUIDE (warning: May contain spoilers)
The series features strong themes such as a school lockdown drill, drug abuse and addiction, HIV and AIDS diagnosis and references to sexual assault, suicide, murder, death and prostitution.
The series features scenes depicting people being attacked, kicked and punched, often accompanied by blood and bruising detail.
The series features frequent use of the words “f**k” and its derivatives.
The series contains strong references to drugs, drug use and addiction, as well as a scene in which a character smokes marijuana using a bong.
The series features frequent verbal sexual references that are strong in impact and infrequent sex scenes.
Aussie boy's thoughts
This emotional finale could’ve been limited in three seasons, considering the third season was mostly just lazy and went absolutely nowhere with its 13 prolonged episodes. Thankfully, 13 Reasons Why’s fourth season doesn’t waste time on 13 episodes, but the first half of the season is pretty unwatchable and everything big only occurs in the second half. The performances are brilliant, the last episode is like a graduation movie, it still deals with heavy topics and certainly continues the conversation.
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